REGRESET: RATS procedure to perform Ramsey RESET test on regression
RegRESET is a regression post-processor which performs Ramsey's RESET test. Use this after running a linear regression to test the specification of that regression. Ramsey(1969): "Tests for specification errors in classical Least-Squares Regression Analysis," JRSS-B, vol 32, 350-371. Lee, White and Granger(1992), "Testing for Neglected Non-linearities in Time Series Models," J. of Econometrics, vol 56, 269-290.
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